CEMEX UK have fitted their 300th vehicle with nearside proximity sensors to help cyclists and pedestrians stay safe around their vehicles.
A NEW 21.6m bridge has been lifted into place over the A30 at CEMEX UK’s Bramshill Quarry, near Eversley, Hampshire, as part of a £1.2 million project to link the quarry’s current excavation area...
HUNDREDS of local people turned out recently to watch a controlled explosion bringing down the 375ft chimney stack at CEMEX UK’s former cement plant in Rochester, Kent.
CEMEX UK and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) have announced the launch of a biodiversity strategy for CEMEX’s operations in the UK to help enrich nature.
BUILDING materials suppliers CEMEX and Lafarge have both been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard for measuring and reducing CO2 emission across their operations and sites.
CEMEX UK have developed a new ready-mixed concrete mix which is being used in the UK for the first time for the construction of the foundations of new Terminal 2 building at Heathrow Airport.
CEMEX Surfacing have saved £1.3 million in disposal costs and eliminated 1,120 tonnes of CO2 emissions by using an innovative product on a highway contract for Amey.
CEMEX have announced that all the main product divisions in their UK business have been certified to the Building Research Establishment (BRE) Framework Standard for the Responsible Sourcing of...
A NEW sand production plant is helping CEMEX UK boost efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of their largest UK sand and gravel quarry at Rugeley, in Staffordshire.
CEMEX UK have become the first national building products company to achieve the Green Dragon environmental standard (Level Two) for the environmental management systems incorporated at their...
CEMEX UK have become the first cement company in the world to provide certified carbon labels for their cement.
CEMEX have appointed a new director at their flagship cement plant in Rugby, Warwickshire.
CEMEX UK supported the latest Metropolitan Police cyclist safety event, held in Trafalgar Square in central London last week, by providing one of their logistics fleet vehicles.
A BROKEN tooth from the Orthacodus family, an extinct group of sharks, has been found in the Cambridge Greensand at CEMEX’s Barrington Quarry, near Cambridge.
Kosran ECV, the specialists in electro-mechanical immobilization for construction and agricultural plant equipment, have achieved ‘approved preferred supplier’ status with CEMEX UK.